Brain Health

Experts Agree: Stay Active to Keep Sharp

Staying sharp as we grow older is essential. In fact, a survey from AARP discovered that 93 percent of Americans feel that maintaining brain health is very important. Although most people would agree that brain health is critical, many of us don’t know how to support it as we age. Cognitive impairment or trouble with mental health processes, such as decision-making, memory, and language, can affect our ability to engage in activities of everyday life.

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Creative Writing

The Poetry Hour by Donna Bingham

The moon peeks between the slats of the blinds and a shadow disrupts the moonlight. The coach arrives at my front door attended by two footmen with whom I am familiar. Dressed in tight britches and fitted coats, Muse and Inspiration await my approach. Bundled in pajamas, robe, and padded slippers, I run to the burnished carriage.


Healthy Aging


Transitions in Aging